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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 June 1846

3 Gen Scott nnd the Commind of the A rm j. The newspaper (observes the Philadelphia Ledger,) hare been making a great noise about Gen. Scott, and censuring the Government because it did not send bim to take command of the army in its operations ajainst Mexico. We paid very Utile atten tion to the various statements published, as they did not appear to rest oa better authority than the mere opinions of the partisan letter-writers in that city. We have itjw the official correspondence between the Secretary of War and Gen. Soott upon the subject. Yrotn this it plainly appears that the President was letermined, from the commencement of thewr,to jive the cotnxand to Gen. Scott. The Secretary of i '" War cheerfully agreed to the selection. Gen. Scott waa called into consultation with them, to devise the best plan far conducting the campaign. It was decided that he should repair, as soon as possible, to the camp. Gen. Scott, in a letter dated the 21st ult., ascribes the impatience of the E...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 25 June 1846

55. Mr. nrnton' Oregon Fpccf Ii. In Senate, May &, 145. Continued from our hit. The ship Tonnuin, carrying the maritime part of th3 expedition, arrived at the mouth of the Columbia March 23:h, 1311. The approach to the coast revealed notliinjr hut lufty ranges of mountain, vt hite with snow, through a gap cf which the great river of the West entered the sea. The weather was bad the night dark two boats had been swamped no pilot, li'ht. or buoy ret the captain (a rash man who afterward blew up hi ship at Noolka) entered , afely, and anchored at midnight in a commodious harbor. On the VZAi of April, after examining both sides of the bay for the best situation, a fite was chosen on the south aide, about four or five lea jties from the sea, and the foundation of Astoria begun a name in itself the badje of American title. On the 15.h of July, the young Astoria received an important visit, which in Urns described : M AM wis ready it the d y appointed, (for an expedition to the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 July 1846

To Correspondents. J. K. 8-, ilantlngtoo. Clad to bear from jam, aaa especially Mtbt J , yom win be able lo procure am subscribers" 5 ao4 ar espeeWljr Iba our hamble ebeet b becoming sisrt popelar " among ibe nuM and hrdjr democracy ol tli aona. Ia relaüon to the maita, we caa nail oar paper oa Ts', Iba same day that tim Jvmrual mails . 1 Ml w iDouia Iftea disappoint nuDdreila of others woo depend apoa BS fcr Ibe laim orrrttt bom. Our beary mails from 1 1 quartan arriy a her ce Tmaday itrau f aod our aemU weekly la published oa Wednesday morning. We keep the paper open until 6 a. rfl. XTednoaJay; and erea if k ia nut received, aa yua aay, nntil three day after Uta Journal, yet we are in advance with important intelligence. In oar na daya, we aaed to issue our paper a day or two ia advance of ita iatt. Experience taught at that it waa a Vising game, not only to ourselves, but to our patrons. Expect aa, frtmptly, with the latest " newa lumbering at our backs," as Ctat at Uncle 8am wil...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 July 1846

tcntQ-3?tntl) Congrces. Speech or Mr. Benton, or MlSSOCKI, J Senate, May 23, IS 16 On the Oregon question. (Contlnvti.) Mr. rEsiniT : In Üie propres of my speech I find another little bit of rubbish in my path, just thrown into it from the other side of the sea from London which I must clear away before I proceed further. It is in the form of an article in the London Times newspaper. A friend has just sent me some numbers of ihat paper, in which a furious war is waged upon the Utrecht line of forty-nine, motived by the conversational debate which took place in this chamber iome two months ago, and ia which the Senator from Michigan, (Mr. Cans,) and myself were speakers, and in which the existence, or non-existence, of that line was the point of contestation. The Times takes part with the Senator from. Michigan, and carries into his subject the usual quantity of his fierv zeal. It so happens, Mr. President, that 1 pos sess a Terr delicate scent, and smell things, especialJy of the ra...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 July 1846

3nMaxia State gtntuicL WEEKLY EDITION, ETEKSAL YlfllLAHCE II THK P11CC OF U1EETT. ISDIAXAl'OL.IS. JULY 2, 1S1C. Democratic Aoiuiiiations. For Governor, JAMES W1IITC03I1I. For Lieutenant Governor, I A It IS C. I)U,MG. Our Tenus. The followinp will hereafter be the permanent terms of the WeeMy Itulinna Stale Sentinel : C-Payments to be made always in advance. One copy, one year $2.00 Three copies, do 5.00 Fire copies, do 8.00 Ten copies, do 13.00 Twenty copies, do., to be directed to one person, 20,00 Scnil-Wccklf. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy git.00 Three copiea $10.00 British Mediation. The Washington Union says there are strong reasons to doubt tbe statement in the London Standard, that the British government has determined to offer its mediation for the adjustment of our difficulties with Mexico. " At least," says the Union, we hear no confirmation of it at Washington.' Whether tbe British government has made the offer or not, wc hope that our govern...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 2 July 1846

A Im! jr plate of Soup. Hating published the correspondence between General Scott and the War Department, we should have been content to suffer him to drop quietly into that insignificance to which his own weakness has consigned him. Tru! friendship towards Gen. Scott would hare dictated such a course, to say nothing of the tenderness with which even the errors of those who Lave done the State some rervice, should be regarded by every citizen. Such, however, doe not seem to be the opinion of the Whig Editors of this State. Without giving their readers the opportunity of judging of Gen. Scott's merits or demerits, in his controversy with the Govern.neut, by the publication of the correspondence, they are generally laboring to produce false impressions by the grossest misrepresentations Trusting to an extraordinary degree of credulity on the part of the people, they endeavor to throw the entire blame upon the President and Secretary of War ; and this is done, not with the extravagant ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 July 1846

ßnmtiij-Ninil) Congress. Speech of 31 r. Bcnton, OF MISSOURI, In Senate, Miy?$, 1540 On the Oregon question. ( Concluded. J It wis in the year 1301 that McKenzie made this proposition to the British government. That government never ventured to act upon the proposition until after the joint occupation treaty of ViVi. Uefbrc that, iU ministers hero hinted vague claims, but refused to write them down, or to-sign them. After that convention, and especially after its renewal in and after the disappearance of our people from the Columbia under the power and policy of the Hudson Bay Company, then the government took the decisive stand, and went the whole length of McKenzie' recommendation. This is the origin of the British claim to the Columbia! Because they could not find a northwest p&rnage because the Unjigah went to the Frozen ocean because Frazcr's river was unnavigable because tho Columbia river was the only practicable line of communication with the Pacific ocean, and i...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 July 1846

3nM(itm State Sentinel. wrnKiA' i:itiox. IfllSAL TIOIUffCE KTHC FEICC Of LIBERTY. I ' XI I 4 U'0L1F, J IT 1-.Y O, IS IG. Democratic rVoniiiintious. For flöteritor, JA.HCS 1112 IT CO 32 XI. For I.'en'tnant C"ternor, i a it i s t. u i' . i x ii. Our Terms The foüowinc will hereafter be the permanent terms of th UVr-Vy I i li mn Stale Sentinel : (tr Payments to !c made always in advance. One copy, ne yea r ."STlOO Three copies, do - 3.(X) Five copies, do 8.00 Tvn copi, do 13.0U Twenty copies, do., to be directed to one person, 20,00 Sciiii-lVfrlily. (Published three tiroes a week during the session.) One copy iftl.00 1 Three copies $10.00 To C'orropbmlriils. j. L. P. and J. Received your, and nachten tlie mntter Ilm: tha jnper now sfmlseuMtiteil IS the prewnt (6th) anil Ilm next vt-lumni, two rears in advanre. V convened with G. on Uw ana tier, and tie said we were corrret, acknowledging that lie wuu'd be responsible. We will sre Hint all fc right. Oar fiends at Richtm-n.l. Tbw llnute,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 July 1846

An Act Suppljnenlal to an act 'o an act entitled An act vroxiding for . the 2&utin of the existing var between the Unit ed Jtcs and tie. llevub'ic of Mexico and for other pur poxes : Fussed June lllh, 131b, and concurred - l ft' oy ooin noucs ty ionress. if it enacted by the Senats and II ruse of Representassembled, That the President cf tho L'niteJ States be, and hereby i, authorized to appoint, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, one Maior Lioneral "J ' ..(. ,y iiic (tu 4c flfliTfiJ and two Urigadier Generals, in sddition to the present session of the place, the citizens of which expressed military establishment: TrcviJd, that when the war the most friendly feeling towards our troops. lry with Mexico shall bo terminated by n definite treaty noso, as you doubllces are aware, is CJ miles from of peace duly concluded and ratified, the number of here, and within a day and a hilf march of Cannro, major-generals in the array shall be reduced to one, 'where it i...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 9 July 1846

3utitnua State Sentinel, wi:i:hiy edition. CrCnJAL VlOILAffCE I THE rICE Of LliEATT. Deuiocrnlic Xoiuiiialioiis. For Gorernor, JA7111H IV II ITCOJI II. For Lieutenant Gnternor, 1MUIS : . I) Our Terms. The followinir will hereafter bo the permanent terms of thfl WttlJy bid iina Stale Sentinel : O-rayments tu be made always in advance. One copy, one year 2.00 Thrco copies, do 5.00 Five copies, do 8.00 Ten copies. do 15.0O Twenty copies, do., to be directed to one person, 20,00 Sciii.-Wet'kly. (Published three times a week during tho session.) One copy $100 Three copies $10.00 Tlac Dying Flurry. Tho Journal and the Old Junto arc getting desperate, and arc shaking in their shoes like LV-lshazzar cf old, when he witnessed tho fatal inscription. They are convinced at last that inevitable defeat await them, unless by desperate efforts, like tho "flurry" of the dyin tthale, they can swamp their assailants. This is made manifest by the Journal of the 1st instant, and especially ly the leadin...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 July 1846

IVDIAMl'OLIS, JL'L.Y 11, IS 10. AVIiig Iniquity. Vc invite attention to the letter of a Volunteer, which we publish in another column. The writer is what he subscribes himself, and we arc at liberty to give bis name, if this or any of his own statements are questioned. 'That there is a concerted plan amonj the Whig politicians and editors, to assail Gov. Whitcomb with the grossest falsehoods in relation to the volunteers, and that this plan was concocted and agreed upon while Mr. .Marshall was last at Indianapolis, we have every reason to brieve. Thoss men knew, that without some new theme for vituperation and deception, their cause was hopelcsi. Upon all the old issues, they had been soundly beaten, and were sure to be beaten again. It was for this reason that Orth backed off the track for Lt. Governor, and became a candidate for the Senate in Tippecanoe county, where, by the help of a certain class of Democratic votes, he felt sure of election. From that time up to the period when...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 July 1846

3nMnna Stole Sentinel. vi;i:ki,v kpition. ETCB.tAL VlClLAPCE IS THE MICK OF LIBEXTT. INDIANAPOLIS, JULY IG, 1846. Democratic Xoiiiiiintious. f'trr Governor, J A 31 C S IV II 1 T C O 71 II. For Lieutentit Governor, pa his v. nuttivi iv g . Our 'JViia. The ftillcrw ing will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana Slate Stntinel: (-Fayments to be nnde always in advance. One copy. ote year, $2.00 Three copies, one year, o.i'Al Five copies, one year, 8.00 Ten copies, one year, 15.00 Twenty Copies, one year, directed to one person, 20.10 Sem I -Weekly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy, 4.00 Three copies. $W.W To Correspondents. J. iMUnA, LeeOTille. "ftiü Ihr cotne." ain enoagh. Yuar kind firor.with twenty lit new iubscriberi, wu du! received. II any Another Infamous Lie bailed. . - vv e nave receiver irom iix. running a manuscripi copy of the following letter, addressed by him to the Evansville Journal, a virulent Whig paper published in Vanderbur...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 July 1846

0 FOKEIG. XCWS r ths STEAM SHIP BRIT.1X.YLi. Fifteen days later from Europe, The Britannia arrived at Boston cn the 4th inat. We received the nes through the Philadelphia Ledger, which we condense as follows : The Corn Bill has triumphed in committee of the Iloase of Lords by thirty-seven, majority. All fears of its final passage are now at an end. There is a steady demand for cotton, but it lias declined one eighth. The crops in England and Ireland are said to be firm. The weather was extremely dry and hot. It seems that we in this quarter have monopolized the rain. Sir Robert Peel's retirement is more conSdcntly spoken of. The war between the United States an i Mexico engrosses much of public attention. The victories of American arms on the Rio Grande have chanrred the feeling abroad from sympathy fir the Mexicans to.; contempt for their prowess. This is as uniust to the Mexicans as the former feeling in England was to the Americans. The Mexicans deserve much credit for their gall...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 16 July 1846

... fMl 1 11 Cilltfl if fl 11 ovrrr N ÜL" I II I N N I 11 4 II vUiUUl'., iv ii o . r. at. a. .-, ( T V 1. 1 lc II n , (- r i(i i j if p., wou'd imme.lintcly cancel the most grievous and oppres- on t rftenaf Kile, pirsrJ with t drgrts of Dntam.iy tinU ;m . ;i .Lilf.?, JJ. K', 13 0 oi . .i..t,. ,,,, tr dVivsre nf rrhiih "t acinus known in modern dav. O i ihe passage of the lariiTof lios-jjtlil lie lanj. Mr O.vcri faiJ '. T!rc arc ihiflg SCCTiillg'y J"0 ffSi!Ic whi.hy.t ran.M.t hed.r.e.ii this ford, any more lhaii t turn i he un hark in Iii dai'y course. There are cer lain rores-he changes ia sittiely ml gnvrrrmcnt that muri go on ; it r.iay he klowly, it may le quickly ; hut proceed at some price ihey must. A man who looks calmly over the whole fi.M ot I oirnn tllYirs and of p ist history, .'k! can put fiom !i i 'it riilin;.!; an.! p trty j rcjedice, m;y rcadr ti.-.i:m;Tiirli iLw, or sou.e of them. The ehort:!i!.trJ ..n-'e li.ein. TLc ai.gtiine onietinie4 oecr-hur- I ry llic:n. 1 he c...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 July 1846

IXDIW.U'OUS, JULY Ig, miß. Christian Falsehood! The following paragraph we copy entire from the Indiana Journal : Locofoco Ixstxceeitv. Who docs net recollect how the leaders of the Locofoco party denounced the "Whig for impoeing a duty on Salt. It was horrible ! Governor Whitcomb especially, was perfectly furious whenever he alluded to it. What ! the rascally Whir had laid a tax on one of the essentials of Kf When it OUO-ht tr h fr ! Tf. f . rmora r,r tl.o w.D I P a iu i i'iv i J a 1 1 1 V- i tot were compelled to use American home manufactured salt, instead of Turk's Island, because of this most iniquitous tax ! That was not all. It was attempted to make the people believe that American salt would not preserve their pork and beef from spoiling. Had they been honest in these denunciation, the very moment they had power they would have repealed ! this odious tax. Look at the Uritish bill which baa ', just passed the House of Representatives by the Lococoa. It levies a tax of TWENTY ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 July 1846

3nMcnm Btatc Sentinel. WEEKLY EDITIOX. ETE19AL TICILAPCC 1 THE MICl OF LI BUTT. IMUWAl'OMS Jl IA 23, IS IG. Democratic Xoiuiiiatious. i'iir Governor, JAMES iV II I T C O ?I II. Fur Lieutenant Governor, l'AUIS V. DUIVMIVG. Our Terms. The following will hereafter be the permanent terms of the Weekly Indiana State Sentinel : fjjrPaymcnts to be made always in advance. One copy, one year, $2.00 Three copies, one year, 5.(0 Fire copies, one year, 8AM) Ten copies, one year, 15. 00 Twenty copies, one year, directed to one person, 20.1X) Semi-lVeekly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy, Äl.00 Three copies, 10.00 " The Stale Vcht. Towards the settlement of the immense debt of the State of Indiana, all eyes have been turned for some years. While every honest man, of whatever political party, has spurned the idea of repudiation, without stopping to inquire whether the debt has been incurred ty fair or foul means, or by whom incurred, yet did none, until the present Gove...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 July 1846

y CONGRESSIONAL. In Senate, July 13. IMPROVEMENT OF THE WE8TEKÜ KITE BS. The bill to provide for the improvement of the navigation of the rivers Ohio, Mississippi, and Arkansas " wu taken up fur consideration. Mr. Calhoun moved that the bill be laid upon the table, aa a bill recently reported by bim from a eclect committee would cover the whole subject. Mr. Chittenden suggested that the bill reported by the gentleman from South Carolina mi?Iit not pass during the present session, and expressed the hope that action would be had upon the bill under consideration, as it was a familiar subject which would require but little time for consideration. Mr. Calhoux withdrew his motion. The bill had been referred to the Committee on Roads and Canal?, and reported back with sundry ameutlments, which were agreed to. The bill was then reported to the Senate as amended, and the amendments were concurred in. M. Calhous moved to amend the bill by adding the two following sections, being the two firs...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 23 July 1846

riioM ivasiiisto.v. Corretpontcnce of the Indiani State Se.xtinel. WASHINGTON CITY, July 13 1313. Gextlemf.n : Presuming that the numerous readers of the Sentinel fee! lined interest in what is now transpiring at the cipital, I s?t down to give you a "hasty" sketch of the doings of Congress. A b,11 to mod.fy and change tlie odious and oppressive tariff act of 1J42 has passed the House by a majority of 19 votes, and Will be taken op for discussion, in the Senate on to-morrow. Tlie vote in the St-nate will be a close and somewhat uncertain one. The passage of the bill will, in my opinion, dopend upon the rote of the ' Vice President. Tlie IVnn.-n Ivania Senators with a slight mxhtication, will vote lor the bill. This modification may be made. Humor says that Berrien , of Georgia, Mangum of North Carolina, ar.d Jama-! gin of Tennessee, Whig Senator?, (the last of whom ; is instructed,) will vote for the modification ; but I ; am "of little faith." Thev may do so if their votes .are not...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 July 1846

INDIANAPOLIS, Jl'Ll .23, IS IG. To Correspondents. B. Bark, Rile rille. That dub of twenty new subicribcrs is very acceptable, and lay ui under further nbligMionf. IVhjr can't many altera " p k" oo the same plan ? It ii fcid to le "ejr to Uko" by tbotienbo faav died itj anj it make our liat Inok " nijli np.M Kuom R.r 'ein all 5 tticsuoiis ror I lie old Vlii Junto Rascality leaked out 1 11 fa in o it s Schemes to defeat Gov. IVIiitcomb Detected. The most desperate cfiurls ever known in political life have been made to defeat Gov. Whitcomb. His prudent management of the State expenses and his masterly and successful effort to redeem the people from a State debt, brought on tliera by the old Whig Junto, had given him auch a warm place in the affections of the people that this miserable clique of political traders saw defeat staring them in the face. As a last hope, when they could not prevent citizens of all parties from volunteering to defend their country, these men, American lorn, b...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Indiana State sentinel — 30 July 1846

ffnftmim Statt Sentinel. WEKKLY KDITIOIV.' ' ETtBSAL VIC1L4PCE IS THE PBICK VT LIBEBTT. IXIHAXAl'OIs'S, JULY 30, IH 10. Dcmocratfc Xomiiiatiou?. fr Governor, J A 31 CS It II I TCO 31 15. Fur Untenant Governor, iAiiis . Di .wnc. Our Teints. The follon ing will hereafter be the yermacnl terms of the Weekly Indiana Stats Senlinrl: fjT Payments to be made always m advance One copy, one year, ; ; j ; ; i . . . . i . . TIirrf rntiiw. linn Yea r. 2.00 i Yo Five copies, one year, ; t.W i ' - ( Ten copies, one year, l.J.m Twenty copies, one year, directed to one person, ÜO.iO Semi-lVcckly. (Published three times a week during the session.) One copy, 1.00 Three copies, ; $10X0 battalion of militia to be organized, and two sepjadrona The Election 0r cavary u the city of Mexico, and every effort is The election of State and County officers lakes place j. to increase Uie rankä fcf lhc army. Thc rc . on Monday next. It is well, perhaps, that the state of fromihe 8Cat of vvar receive(l at Vera Cru...

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